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What 3 Elements Are Needed to Cause a Fire?

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The three elements needed to cause a fire are a source of fuel that is flammable, oxygen from air or other sources and a flame or other source of heat. Without the three of them, no fire can be caused.
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Oxygen Fuel
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Heat, air and fuel are the 3 elements needed to start fire! Happy ChaCha'ing!
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We're gonna need more info than just that. How does the problem manifest itself? What happens if you don't restart your Macbook every time you want to play? My guess though is that
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Air, fuel, and a spark. Or enough heat. My big brother used to touch a match to the back of our metal fire place. I'd always jump a little when it lit. If you try this, make sure
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